We love pinning fabulous wedding details and collecting ideas for future weddings out at the farm! Today we put together our 10 most repinned details from our Pinterest profile so you can find great ideas too!
Don’t miss any of these sweet details! Mouse over each image and click the Pinterest logo to pin them for yourself. Happy pinning!
Isn’t this the sweetest little watering can? We love the use of simple wildflowers to contrast the industrial-esque metal of the can. Don’t overlook that sweet little candlestick and succulent!
Mercury glass is such a cool detail that can be incorporated in so many different themes and styles – but it can be expensive! This pin leads to a tutorial for DIY mercury glass, so you can get this great look without the crazy price tag!
How fun is it that one of our most pinned images comes from our very first wedding at the Gin at RG? This wooden spool could be changed up for a number of different styles and tastes. Read the story of Taylor & Zaniel’s rustic wedding here.
We love that this stunning bouquet photo comes from one of our very own Mississippi wedding vendors – Tulip Curated Florals! You can read their story here. But seriously, who could resist this bouquet?
These fabric pennants would be an easy and inexpensive DIY decor option for an outdoor reception at the farm. They remind us of Grandma’s quilts!
Local brides can sometimes find these metal letters at The Rusty Chandelier (Laurel) or The Lucky Rabbit (Hattiesburg). Wherever you find them – we’d love to see them incorporated into a wedding at the Gin. Don’t even get us started on that rustic ladder!
This cool little table number detail would work so well with the decor at the Gin. From authentic barnwood to the industrial metal numbers, this is a perfect option for a RG bride!
How neat are these little greenery wreaths? These could be hung from any number of trees near the lake for an outdoor ceremony.
What a simple, yet beautiful, detail! We’d love to see these little greenery bundles hung along the porch for an outdoor ceremony on the steps.
We can’t resist the idea of market lighting strung over an RG reception, or outside along the porch, or through the trees – there’s no end to the uses for these stunning lights! Wouldn’t this be beautiful with the cypress walls of the Gin?